Ed. note: This week, in the run-up to Valentine’s Day, we’re featuring a 5-part series about the neuroscience of love and romance. At the end, we’ll put the full series on our website. Enjoy! Does all this romantic mumbo-jumbo make you feel a little queasy? I have good news: a recent study showed that listening…
We get a lot of questions about music and the brain. We recently found this great infographic on music and the brain from the University of Florida, and wanted to share. Enjoy!
Studying and actively listening to music develops the brain in ways that help beyond just enjoying music.
Bobby McFerrin demonstrates the power of the pentatonic scale in this video clip. But how does it work?
When used properly, music can be an incredibly powerful treatment tool. Music therapist Kimberly Sena Moore shares the top 12 brain-based reasons why music works in therapy.